Heists, in real life, are crimes that are far from fiction. In robbery incidents, lives are endangered and sometimes lost. These are all unfortunate events where security is always put in question.
It was unthinkable — getting killed inside what most parents would feel is a safe place for their children. But accidents do happen, and so safety and security measures in campuses must be periodically revisited, improved, and tightened.
Like any other jobs, security uses an organized learning process to adopt to the ever-changing trends. Security management or its related fields provides a stable pathway for those who want to explore the opportunities in the security industry.
Terrorism causes apprehension and unthinkable anxiety. Anybody at anytime is a target so national leaders of many nations after September 11 attacks have mounted crucial action against the terror forces and pledged allegiance combating this menace.
In Metro Manila, Commonwealth Avenue is known as the ‘killer highway.’ Several accounts of vehicular accidents and deaths are recorded each year to the chagrin of motorists and pedestrians.
Paying a meager attention to the importance of securing hospitals against untoward incidents will result to unfavorable consequences affecting the medical tourism industry touted to carry a billion dollar potential.
A concerted effort among civic groups, businesses, and security experts could be a key to keep crimes at bay. The role of technology and data management will play a significant role in understanding criminal activities.
According to Atty. Jay de Guzman, CSP, associate manager for operations and business development of Ace and Associates, there is no college degree in the Philippines that caters exclusively to the security profession.